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XPath locators for Selenium

5,340 Enrolled Students

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XPath locators for Selenium

5,340 Enrolled Students

What you'll learn

  • Build complex XPath locators
  • Locate ANY element on the page with XPath
  • Automate testing of any element on the web page

Requirements

  • Test Automation with Selenium
  • Basic HTML and XML understanding

Description

XPath or XML Path Language is a query language for selecting nodes from an XML document.  XPath also may be used to compute values from the content of an XML document.
XPath is a complicated method of identifying elements, but it can find the location of ANY element on a web page, even those without class, name, or id attributes. XPath produces reliable locators if it used correctly. That's why it's so popular among test automation engineers as the main locator strategy for Selenium tests.

In this course you will learn how to build reliable complex XPath locators, that can help you automate testing of any web application. You will learn a lot of tips and tricks. We will review some tools that can help beginners and some Google Chrome tricks for developers.

Words "very good", "excellent course", "very helpful" can be seen in many 4 star reviews.

"XPath locators for Selenium" have been BESTSELLER almost since the course publication date. Students love it and enjoy learning from it.

The course was updated in October 2020 with more info, more tips and tricks, better audio quality, and more examples. And in addition, I added a free downloadable XPath cheat sheet, which you can find in the attached resources to the course.

Who this course is for:

  • Test Automation engineer who want to create better and easier to maintain locators

Instructors

About the instructor

Dmitry Shyshkin

Hi! My name is Dmitry Shyshkin. And my goal is to make it easy for you to learn test automation.

I am a Principal Software Development Engineer in Test with over 10 years of test automation experience using Selenium and other test automation tools.

Test automation became my passion as soon as I automated my first test. And I have been automating everything, not just tests, since. I automated my job search. I automated flight searches that help me travel cheaper. I love automating and want to share my knowledge with you.

I created my first course in 2017. I started teaching courses on Udemy in 2018. I keep improving my courses and learn new tools to be able to teach you better.

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What you’ll learn

  • Build complex XPath locators
  • Locate ANY element on the page with XPath
  • Automate testing of any element on the web page

Requirements

  • Test Automation with Selenium
  • Basic HTML and XML understanding

Description

XPath or XML Path Language is a query language for selecting nodes from an XML document.  XPath also may be used to compute values from the content of an XML document.
XPath is a complicated method of identifying elements, but it can find the location of ANY element on a web page, even those without class, name, or id attributes. XPath produces reliable locators if it used correctly. That’s why it’s so popular among test automation engineers as the main locator strategy for Selenium tests.

In this course you will learn how to build reliable complex XPath locators, that can help you automate testing of any web application. You will learn a lot of tips and tricks. We will review some tools that can help beginners and some Google Chrome tricks for developers.

Words “very good”, “excellent course”, “very helpful” can be seen in many 4 star reviews.

“XPath locators for Selenium” have been BESTSELLER almost since the course publication date. Students love it and enjoy learning from it.

The course was updated in October 2020 with more info, more tips and tricks, better audio quality, and more examples. And in addition, I added a free downloadable XPath cheat sheet, which you can find in the attached resources to the course.

Who this course is for:

  • Test Automation engineer who want to create better and easier to maintain locators